Green Buildings and ESG in Hungary with Norbert Szircsak

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Norbert Szircsak is Head of ESG Strategic Advisory Services for Colliers International based in Budapest, Hungary. Norbert started his career with Colliers International – Hungary in August 2007, joining the Valuation and Advisory services team.
Norbert has over 15 years’ experience in the real estate and green building industry. He has been directly involved in more than 30 LEED certification projects, including Commercial Interiors, Existing Buildings and New Construction projects. In the majority of these projects, he has been the overall project manager. Hungary’s first certification in LEED version 4, which is also the first certified office building in the countryside, and the first LEED Platinum certification are on his & his team’s list of accomplishments. Norbert has also contributed to more than 10 BREEAM In-Use certifications, similarly in project manager roles.
Norbert graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Gábor Dénes College in 2009. He obtained his local appraiser qualification in 2009 and is also a member of the Hungarian Real Estate Association. Furthermore, in 2009, he obtained the LEED Green Associate and in 2013 the LEED Accredited Professional with specialty qualification from the U.S. Green Building Council. In 2019, he became a WELL Accredited Professional.

Show Highlight

  • Get a better understanding of Hungary and the European regions.
    a. Usage of renewables
    b. A peak into what rating systems are easier and harder to apply
    c. Taxonomy
    d. European Green Deal
  • Connecting engineering and technical backgrounds into a green building career.
  • Challenges building within an advanced green building environment.
  • 90% of Collier’s work is green building certified with green building advisory for various types of buildings.
  • Learn where green building is expandings in competitive markets.
  • A total carbon plan to reduce your carbon footage with electrification and the renewable energy production on site.
  • The grid infrastructure development needs.

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